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by erictom333
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30 Comments

This looks nice, but my only concern is the crossbar on the A. It seems a bit too high for me, Maybe it could be lowered by a grid square and a half?

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 2nd may 2022
Comment by erictom333 4th may 2022
Comment by erictom333 4th may 2022

Letter Œ and ç seems to look merged.

Comment by RYvett (DDDaniel) 18th october 2022

They don't look like they are connecting to eachother?

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 18th october 2022
Comment by erictom333 1st november 2022

#2 looks better IMHO

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 1st november 2022

#2.

Comment by elmoyenique 1st november 2022

I am with the others: second option is far more legible, especially at smaller sizes.

Comment by riccard0 1st november 2022

On the other hand, for the same reason, perhaps the space between the dots of the umlaut could still be a bit wider.

Comment by riccard0 1st november 2022

I'm having trouble making some of the superscripts and subscripts look nice, especially 5, 6, 8, and 9. Does anyone have any ideas?

Comment by erictom333 11th november 2022

Finished Latin Extended-D. Someone remind me to go back and finish Phonetic Extensions and Phonetic Extensions Supplement; I put those of because it's really hard doing tiny superscript and subscript letters.

Comment by erictom333 3rd december 2022

Finished Phonetic Extensions and Phonetic Extensions Supplement, and added Old Italic and Gothic. Old Italic has been modernised slightly.

Comment by erictom333 9th january 2023

Nice work so far. I wonder if you have plans on refining the font in Glyphs or FontForge when this is finished?

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 9th january 2023

Maybe. I have no idea how to use either. But it'll definitely be useful to iron out the radius-3/2 curves I've had to patch together, as well as letters like Ƙ and ƴ.

Comment by erictom333 10th january 2023

How did you do those r=3/2 curves????? I gots to know!

Comment by AFontAbove 26th february 2023

@AFA: He used a technique called "brick patching". It was first demonstrated by will.i.om in his font "Patchman", and I used it to make large curves in my newest font. There are some samples that show you how it's done.

Comment by frongile 26th february 2023

As above. You can see it in the second sample.

Comment by erictom333 27th february 2023

I- don't- get it??

Comment by AFontAbove 12th march 2023

How exactly?

Comment by AFontAbove 12th march 2023

How to replicate brick patching and how to apply it to smooth Bezier rounds???

Comment by AFontAbove 13th march 2023

@AFontAbove Dunno, but it approximates beziers even better, but still, they aren't 100% perfect and might require touching up to clean up any bumps left behind.

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 13th march 2023

Amazing font, MANY characters, only issue is diacritics connecting to taller letters. For example, d̚ looks like a d with a hook.

Comment by BaAaDa 27th september 2023

@BaAaDa It might be because of limitations regarding diacritic placement.

Take the G with Tilde for example. It is a letter of the Guaraní alphabet, but there is no pre-composed Unicode character for it, so you have to use the combining tilde. Without the use of anchor marks, either the capital has the diacritic colliding with the letter, or the lowercase having it separated from the letter.

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 27th september 2023

@Meek if you see this, change "character from it" in the above comment to "character for it"

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 27th september 2023

@frongile: William only first gave it a name, the technique wasnt something new.

Comment by Sed4tives 27th september 2023

Well, I can't do this and will.i.om did it in that font... I can't accumulate so many bricks and in such exact positions... in a 2:2 grid. will.i.om never revealed his way of doing it, although he announced it. Any ideas?

Comment by elmoyenique 27th september 2023

It's been close to 3½ years since @William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) hinted at this tantilizing new "hack" for FontStruct ("Brickstacking" on steroids?), but so far he hasn't disclosed how he achieved this amazing technique...

Brick Patching: fs Patchman by @William Leverette (will.i.ૐ)

Comment by Goatmeal 28th september 2023

I didn't acutally use brick patching. I just stacked a few different composite bricks to get something approximating a radius 3/2 curve.

Comment by erictom333 29th september 2023

Cyrillic Extended B

Comment by Piepie16 Fri, 26th april

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